Your library userID and PIN allows you to search and access all of our electronic resources. Without it, you can't find e-books, articles, streamed video, etc. Your library userID is different from your network and system login.
If you are a full time Georgian student, you need your ONEcard first. If you don't have a ONEcard, visit the ONEcard website for the process to upload your photo and get a ONEcard.
Once you have a ONEcard, email them at email@example.com using your Georgian email address and request your library userID.
Now complete the library's form to set up your PIN and we will activate your ID and let you know your PIN.
If you have a ONEcard, just complete the library's form to set up your PIN and we will activate your ID and let you know your PIN.
Check out all the ways you can connect and get research help here.
Monday-Friday: 6 a.m. - midnight (September 8 - December 18)
Saturday & Sunday: 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. (September 8 - December 18)
Still not sure how to do research? Check out the Doing Research guide
Or check out The Learning Portal's Research hub.
We have several eBook databases.
In addition, when searching MultiSearch, you can limit your search result to eBooks by selecting "Available Books & Videos" founder under "Limit To", then also check "eBooks" found under "Source Types"
Beginning September 14th, you can return any resources to the Barrie, Orillia, or Owen Sound libraries during our open hours. Resources will remain quarantined for 72 hours before being discharged from your account. We aren't charging any fines.
We continue to provide our Get It Free! (interlibrary loan) service to the best of our ability. With most libraries closed, there may be some resources we cannot provide.
You’re right, you need to cite all the sources you use in your assignments. Here are some options:
Textbooks can be expensive but are really important to support your course material. We’ve been able to identify a few solutions:
Yes, we are offering a "Hold & Pick Up" service at Barrie, Orillia, and Owen Sound campuses. This is like a curbside pick up that many retailers are doing but you will be coming into the library to get your resource.
All current Georgian College students and employees can request items from the Barrie, Orillia, or Owen Sound library collections.
You must have activated your library userID and PIN before you can place a hold.
Only our physical books and DVDs will be circulated.
The following items cannot be placed on hold: reference or reserve items, media equipment, special program kits, magazines, and journals.
Here's a file (PDF) with a visual step-by-step.
Library staff will contact you through your student or employee email address.
The majority of resources will have a 3-week loan period. Some items may have shorter loan periods. All items will be marked with a return date. Please note that there will be NO overdue fines.
Come into the library for contactless pick up. Your requested item will be in a labelled bag and is already checked out to you. Check our library hours to see when you can come.
Have your ONEcard or digital ONEcard available for confirmation of pick up.
You can return your item(s) when the library is open for computer bookings. There will be a bin available to put your item(s) in. All items will be quarantined for 72 hours before they are removed from your library account. No overdue fines will be charged.
Login into your library account. You can review what you have signed out or renew resources.
Absolutely. The health and safety of staff and students is Georgian's priority. Read here about the guidelines and safety measures on campus.
Before your item(s) is placed in the bag, it is wiped down with cleaning supplies.
We are happy to help you. You can connect by:
Form: Contact the library.
Online research help: Choose askON from our library website.
That’s a great question. And the answer is “it depends”. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your scenario and we’ll help you figure out the best solution.
Most publishers will allow you to share the content as long as it is a required textbook. Contact email@example.com to confirm that your textbook’s publisher allows this..
Possibly. It’s called eReserves and we’re going to try to support you. Email firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us what you need to make accessible to students. A staff member will contact you to go over specific details and determine if we can provide electronic access within copyright guidelines.